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[texts]Ashes of the Beacon - Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1914?
A vision from a far distant future
Keywords: United States of America; Future history; Social criticism; Satire; Utopias
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[audio]Methuselah’s Children by Robert Heinlein - Robert Heinlein
Methuselahâs Children by Robert Heinlein (Audio has 6 parts): Robert A. Heinlein first published Methuselah's Children in a serialized version in the magazine Astounding Science Fiction in July through September 1941. He completely rewrote, expanded and republished the novel independently in 1958. When Methuselah's Children saw light of day in 1941, the Holocaust was well under way with the S.S. rounding up Jews and others deemed undesirable, and shipping them to concentration camps for the "fi...
Keywords: Methuselah’s Children; Robert Heinlein; Science Fiction; Future History
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[texts]Leigh Brackett's Future History - Connecting the Stories: An Examination - Blue Tyson
It is well known that Leigh Brackett has a group of stories that share a common setting, and that those are based on the planets of the Solar System, primarily on Venus and Mars. However, there is much other SF included in 50+ short stories and ten novels. You can also find this at Smashwords if you prefer a different format. Leigh Brackett (ology)
Keywords: leigh brackett; future history; sf; science fiction; sci-fi; fantasy; science fantasy; space opera; planetary romance; sword and planet; sword and sorcery; eric john stark; mars; venus; solar system
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